Sam Korankye Ankrah reacts to Owusu Bempah, Badu Kobi’s death prophecies

Apostle General of the Royal House Chapel International, Reverend Sam Korankye Ankrah has rebuked the recent death prophecies by the so-called prophets.

According to the apostle, these prophecies are not from God but human manipulation taking advantage of the fear of people.
“All these are not from God. This is not the spirit of God. This is human manipulation taking advantage of your fears and your lack of faith and also what you want to hear. They are telling and manipulating you“, he stated.

He also added that people are defrauded by Pastors every day but they do not learn from it and continue to give their hard-earned money to them.
“People are listening to these warnings but they don’t take it. Every day things are coming out to warn us to sit up and work out our salvation with fear and trembling“, he added.

He, therefore, advised Christians to have faith in the word of God and be careful of these prophets.
“Put your faith in Christ and the word of God. Your prayer in your closet is enough. Salvation and the gift of the spirit is free. You shouldn’t be manipulated to give money to men of God”, he concluded.

Source: ghanapage. Com

Ghana and Nigerian Actress Valerie Austine passes Away at the age of 21

Valerie Chidima Austin, a 21 year old Actress cum Singer who starred in the popular Tanganyika and Vow of Silence movies produced by Solomon Busumtwi-Sam of Tango One Films has passed on.

The Actress fell unconscious yesterday (5th April, 2018) at her Beach Road residence and was rushed to the Takoradi Hospital. She was later referred to the Cape Coast Regional Hospital where she passed on this dawn (6th April, 2018). “She was on life support when she was being sent to Cape Coast Hospital” a close friend of Valerie told www.newstandgh.com.

Valerie is the first child of Philadelphia Austin popularly known as Tanganyika who is the star Actress in Tanganyika and Vow of Silence movies.

​Mampong-Ashanti Campus Of UEW Hosts 2018 Edition of ‘Unified Intercessory Prayers'( UIP) .

​Mampong-Ashanti Campus Of UEW Hosts 2018 Edition of 'Unified Intercessory Prayers'( UIP) .

The Mampong Asante Campus of the University of Education Winneba (UEW-M) is hosting this year's Unified Intercessory Prayers( UIP) with the theme , "Let There Be Light and There Was Light"

This prayer program is organised annually by the  Chaplaincy Board of the entire University from  all the four campuses of the University of Education Winneba. These campuses include the Main Campus at Winneba , the College of Technology Education at Kumasi , College of Languages at Adjumako and then College of Agriculture Education(CAGRIC) located at Mampong Ashanti in the Ashanti Region  

This year's UIP  program at the the Ashanti-Mampong  campus promises to be a welcoming , a spiritual and a life-changing one with Rev. Dr. Robert Ampiah Kwofi as the guest speaker .

The program will take place at the University's school park on Saturday , the 10th of March , 2018 between the hours of 8:00am and 1:00pm .

The host University chaplain , Rev. Kwame Nkrumah Hope ,the Chaplaincy President , Mr. Alfred Agyemang and the college's Chaplaincy Board  are however optimistic that the program would address the spiritual needs of those that seek the face of our Lord Jesus Christ on that day as they work tirelessly to make the program a reality .

The Chaplaincy Board of the college is however inviting people from all walks of life to make this year's program at Mampong-Ashanti campus of the University, a success and we are by this encouraging everyone in and around Mampong-Ashanti to come in their numbers to seek solution to their spiritual impediments. 

UIP..... "Let There Be Light & There Was Light"

        ...……....COME ONE , COME ALL.…........ 

Written By.........

                        Oscar Bedzra , 

Chaplaincy Board Member , Level 300 , UEW-M.

Duncan Williams urges calm as he predicts wars, tortuous times ahead

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Action Chapel International founder, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams has asked Ghanaians to brace up for some tumultuous times ahead, as the world ushers in the New Year.
He told his congregation at the Watch Night Service Sunday, the world will not get any better than it is, prophesying it is going to get worse.
The celebrated clergyman said the trading of war words between North Korea’s Kim Jong Un and US President Donald Trump, could escalate.
“But there will be wars…[and] we must watch North Korea,” he warned, urging Ghanaians to be strong.
Tens of thousands of people swarmed church auditoriums in Ghana to thank God for a successful 2017 and to pray for a more fulfilling New Year.
The last year was seen by reviewers as less tortuous than 2016 in both global and local politics, despite the threat of a full-blown war.
The saber-rattling between the US and North Korea over the Asian country's nuclear programme has raised the world's political temperature.
Some security analysts have said the Trump administration's increasing belligerent rhetoric towards the isolated nation has started a "risky game" that could cause deadly miscalculations.
But Archbishop Duncan Williams has said there will be rough times and wars ahead as predicted by the Scripture in Matthew 24.
“It is my responsibility as a student of prophecy to prepare you that this earth and this world is not going to remain the same way as it is. Changes are coming [and] there are challenging times ahead,” he said.
He also talked about Mr Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, saying "it comes with so many things."
"I never thought that I will live to see this scripture fulfilled [and] this is where we are right now because Jerusalem requires our prayers than ever before," the Archbishop said.
But the crisis in the Middle East will not end until the "coming of the Messiah," he said.

Source:  myjoyonline.com

Bring me your used underwears, brassieres – Obinim orders Church members

Controversial Bishop, Daniel Obinim has ordered his Tema Church members to bring their used underwears and brassieres to church for special spiritual exercise. 




The self-acclaimed ‘Angel on earth’ also ordered his male members to surrender their used boxer shots and singlet for a burnt religious exercise on Tuesday. 

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According to the Bishop, God has opened his eyes to a new vision and all Church members who want to have permanent solutions to their life-time problems must take part in the exercise. 

Yen.com.gh spotted the controversial Bishop in a new video which was first published by adomonline.com.

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In the video, the Bishop said, “the underwears and brassieres would be collected and burnt at Church on Tuesday. God told me after that, all your problems will be taken away”. 

The congregation was then overheard in a loud voice screaming amen, amid clapping to register their endorsements to the Obinim’s new vision. 

Source:yen.com.gh

It is a sin to pay or receive tithes – Pastor

Pastor Chris Ojigbani is the founder and Senior Pastor of Covenant Singles and Married Ministries.
And according to him, it is a sin for every Christian to pay or receive tithe.

Read his full statement below:

"For hundreds of years, Christians incur the wrath of God by paying and receiving tithe. Though the doctrine of a tithe is popular and generally accepted in Christianity, it’s a wrong doctrine.

It’s actually a sin to pay tithe and it’s equally a sin to receive tithe in Christianity. The doctrine is generally accepted because of the misinterpretation of some tithe related scriptures.

A misinterpretation of a scripture can lead many generations astray. In like manner, the misinterpretation of tithe related scriptures has led many Christian generations astray. Before explaining the true meaning of the scriptures, it’s important I first explain what tithe means.

What is tithe? Tithe as an English word means one tenth or 10 percent. Tithe in the scripture means a mandatory 10 percent of one’s increase (Deuteronomy 14:22).

How often did Israelites give Tithe? The tithe system had a seven-year cycle. The Israelites were mandated to give tithe on the first year, second year, third year, fourth year, fifth year and sixth year.

They didn’t give tithe on the seventh year because they weren’t allowed to farm on the seventh year. It was called the Sabbath year or the sabbatical year.

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On that year, they would allow the land to lie fallow (Exodus 23:10-11) (Leviticus 25:1-7). So, because they used agricultural products as tithe, they never gave tithe on the Sabbath year.

The Types of Tithe There were basically three types of tithe practiced by Israelites.

First, was the Levitical tithe or the first tithe (Numbers18:21-24), and it was given yearly to the Levites. This first tithe is the doctrine of tithe practiced by Christians.

The second tithe was called the tithe of feasts. In this kind of tithe, the person tithing would eat the tithe himself at a place the Lord will choose for him This tithe was done on the first year, second year, fourth year and fifth year of the seven-year cycle (Deuteronomy 14:22-27).

The third tithe was the poor man’s tithe, which was done on the third and sixth year. In this kind of tithe, the person tithing would give the tithe to strangers, widows, fatherless and Levites to eat and be satisfied (Deuteronomy 14:28-29).

Amongst the three kinds of tithe, Christians wrongly practice the first one, which is also called the Levitical tithe. I will quickly show you why it’s a sin to pay or receive tithe in this dispensation.

Why It’s a Sin to Pay or Receive Tithe

When God gave the commandment of tithe, He clearly stated who would pay the tithe; who would receive the tithe; and the purpose for receiving the tithe. He said the tithe would be paid by Israelites (except those from the tribe of Levi). He said that only the Levites were permitted to receive tithe and also said it was for their service in the tabernacle of the congregation. God actually gave them the tithe as an inheritance (Numbers18: 21-24).

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For you to be eligible to pay tithe, you have to come from any of the tribes of Israel, apart from the tribe of Levi.

But the tithes of the children of Israel, which they offer as a heave offering unto the Lord, I have given to the Levites to inherit: therefore I have said unto them, Among the children of Israel they shall have no inheritance.

Numbers 18:24

Though Gentile Christians are children of Abraham, we were not given any tribe. As long as you don’t have an Israeli’s international passport, you are not eligible to give tithe. The instruction was very specific.

Second, if you are eligible to give tithe, you are permitted to give the tithe only to one set of people called the Levites

And, behold, I have given the children of Levi all the tenth in Israel for an inheritance, for their service which they serve, even the service of the tabernacle of the congregation.

Neither must the children of Israel henceforth come nigh the tabernacle of the congregation, lest they bear sin, and die.

But the Levites shall do the service of the tabernacle of the congregation, and they shall bear their iniquity: it shall be a statute for ever throughout your generations, that among the children of Israel they have no inheritance.

But the tithes of the children of Israel, which they offer as a heave offering unto the Lord, I have given to the Levites to inherit: therefore I have said unto them, Among the children of Israel they shall have no inheritance.

Numbers18: 21-24

The Levites are simply those from the tribe of Levi. Even in the New Testament of the Bible, the scripture clearly tells us that only the Levites are permitted to receive tithe (Hebrews 7:5). If you give your tithe to non-Levite, you are going against God’s instruction. And it will be counted against you as a sin. I will also like to state that there is nothing like spiritual Levites. We may have spiritual Israelites but not spiritual Levites or spiritual Benjaminite. I will also like to state here that priests did not receive tithe from the Israelites. The Israelites gave their tithe to Levites and Levites would then give 10 percent of the tithe to Priests (Numbers 18:26-28).

Third, for you to be eligible to receive tithe, you must be a Levite. It’s very clear in the scripture. When a non-Levite receives tithe, the person has gone against the instruction of God. Such person has committed a sin. If you are not from the tribe of Levi, then you are not a Levite. There is nothing like a spiritual Levite. This explains why Jesus Christ, who was from the tribe of Judah, didn’t receive tithe from anyone. Apart from the fact that Jesus didn’t ask the Israelites to pay tithe to him, He still encouraged them to continue paying their tithe. In Matthew 22:23, He rebuked the Pharisees that they pay tithe, which is less important, and leave the more important things like justice, mercy and faithfulness. He then encouraged them to do both the less important ones and the more important ones. In other words, He encouraged them to continue paying tithe to the Levites. That was simply the law. Only Levites could receive tithe.

If Jesus Christ who was from Israel couldn’t receive tithe because He didn’t come from the tribe of Levi, how then can a non-Israeli pastor from Africa or America be entitled to receive tithe? This also explains why Apostle Peter, Apostle Paul and the other apostles couldn’t receive tithe from anyone. Though they were men of God, they couldn’t receive tithe because they were not Levites. It will also interest you that presently we have some non-Levite Jewish Rabbis who are in charge of synagogues but do not receive tithe. Though they are Rabbis and are “physical” citizens of Israel, they don’t receive tithe because the law does not permit them. Any non-Levite who receives tithe sins grievously against God.
Finally, tithe cannot be paid or received in this dispensation because the purpose of giving tithe to Levites can no longer be fulfilled now. Why did God command that tithe should be given to the Levites?

And, behold, I have given the children of Levi all the tenth in Israel for an inheritance, for their service which they serve, even the service of the tabernacle of the congregation. Numbers18:21.

Levites were given the tithe simply because they serve at the temple of congregation. But because the temple has been destroyed, the Levites can no longer serve at the temple. So, even if you are eligible to give or receive tithe, you cannot give or receive tithe now because the temple has been destroyed. Do you know that no Israelite pays or receives tithe today. Yes, they have stopped giving tithe until the temple is rebuilt. Please note that when the temple is rebuilt, Christians will still not join the Jews in paying and receiving tithe because the tithe system was not created to cater for Christians. Rather, it was created to cater for Levites. This explains why the early Christians who existed before the temple was destroyed never neither paid nor received tithe.

As Abraham’s children, are we not Israelites?

A person once asked, “If we are children of Abraham and also heir to his blessings, are we not Israelites? That you are a child of Abraham does not make you Jewish. You are still a Gentile, but because you have given your life to Christ, you receive his blessings. So, you don’t receive Abraham’s blessings because you pay tithe but because you have given your life to Christ.

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He redeemed us in order that the blessing given to Abraham might come to the Gentiles through Christ Jesus, so that by faith we might receive the promise of the Spirit. (Galatians 3:14, NIV).

The scripture above still calls us Gentiles. Even though we may be spiritual Israelites, we are still Gentiles and as such are not Levites. We are not permitted to pay or receive tithe.

Understanding Abraham’s Tithe to Melchizedek

Though Abraham once gave tithe to Melchizedek, the doctrine of tithe practiced in Christianity is different. While tithe is one tenth of one’s increase, Abraham didn’t give one tenth of his increase. Rather, he gave one tenth of the spoils he got from war. Though he was very rich, he didn’t touch his increase.

Second, Abraham’s tithe was a one-time gift. He didn’t give it every month or every year unlike the monthly tithe practiced in Christianity. In addition, tithe in the scripture was mandatory while Abraham’s tithe was voluntary. Abraham didn’t pay the tithe because any law said he should pay it. He paid it of his own volition. This explains why his son Isaac didn’t pay tithe. Even his grand son Jacob didn’t pay tithe as well. Though Jacob vowed to give God one tenth, it wasn’t tithe. It was a personal vow he made that if God would protect and bless him, he would give Him one tenth of the blessing.

And Jacob vowed a vow, saying, If God will be with me, and will keep me in this way that I go, and will give me bread to eat, and raiment to put on.

So that I come again to my father’s house in peace; then shall the Lord be my God: And this stone, which I have set for a pillar, shall be God’s house: and of all that thou shalt give me I will surely give the tenth unto thee. Genesis 28:20-22.

Jacob’s vow was also a one-time one and voluntary. It wasn’t every month or every year.

Finally, Abraham didn’t give the tithe to Melchizedek for us to emulate him and start giving tithe. And even if we are to emulate him, then you can only give tithe from spoils you get from war. That means for you to give tithe, you would need to go for a war, win the war and bring the spoil. Abraham’s tithe cannot be used to teach people to pay tithe.

Understanding Malachi 3:10

Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse, that there may be meat in mine house, and prove me now herewith, saith the Lord of hosts, if I will not open you the windows of heaven, and pour you out a blessing, that there shall not be room enough to receive it. Malachi 3:10.

Many people have asked me questions regarding Malachi 3:10. One person once asked me “If we are not supposed to pay tithe, what does Malachi 3:10 mean?” The answer is very simple. Malachi 3:10 doesn’t refer to the congregation. It rather refers to priests. Yes, the scripture speaks to priests. For better understanding, I will take you to the Book of Numbers.

In Chapter 18 of the Book, verses 25-29, the Bible says that when the Levites receive the tithe of the people, they should also take a tithe of the tithe and give to priests. In verse 32, the Bible say that when they present the best part, they will not be guilty and they will not defile the holy offerings. Also in Nehemiah 10:38, the Bible also says that priests and Levites should bring the tithe of tithe to the storeroom of God.

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A priest descended from Aaron is to accompany the Levites when they receive the tithes, and the Levites are to bring a tenth of the tithes up to the house of our God, to the storerooms of the treasury. Nehemiah 10:38, NIV

So, it happened that the priests in those days were not taking the tithe of tithe to the storehouse of God. And God was angry and warned them in Malachi 3:10. To really know who God spoke to in Malachi 3:10, it’s better to go to Chapter 2:1 where the instruction started.

And now, you priests, this warning is for you. Malachi 2:1, NIV

The warning continued from Chapter 2 until it got to Chapter 3, verse 10. So, the scripture was a warning to priests and not a warning to the congregation.

Conclusion

It’s a sin to pay or receive tithe. If you are a Christian do not pay tithe again so that you don’t incur the wrath of God. If Israelites do not pay tithe now, then why should you, a non-Israelite pay tithe. Even if you are a spiritual Israelite, why should you pay tithe whereas the physical Israelites don’t?

If you are a man of God, please do not receive tithe again so that you don’t incur the wrath of God. If Jesus Christ, Apostle Paul, Apostle Peter, and co didn’t receive tithe, why then should you receive tithe? There are many other kinds of offering you can receive. You can receive the regular offering, partnership offering, sacrificial offering, but not tithe. The tithe system is against the poor. Yes, the tithe system takes from the poor to take care of the rich. But we are supposed to take from the rich and take care of the poor. You must stop now! Why am I telling you this? It is an instruction from the Lord. Can the instruction be found in the Bible?

Preach the word; be prepared in season and out of season; correct, rebuke and encourage—with great patience and careful instruction. – 2Timothy4:2

The above scripture clearly says rebuke and correct wrong doctrines.

A revival has actually started. Yes, it has started. And because it’s of God, no one can stop it. I encourage you to join the revival. A true revival is not gathering together to pray but identifying errors, recognizing the truth, and start practicing the truth. He who has ears, let him hear. God bless Christians.

And God bless you!

Shalom!

Source: ghpage.com

The church where Satan is a ‘Brother’ & worshippers are served alcohol

Without doubt, churches have denominations and patterns of worship differ, but when you stumble on one, where weird activities are the order of the day and alcohol, animal sacrifices and biblical villains like Nebuchadnezzar, Ahab and even Satan are deified, then you’ve just encountered worship redefined. Tabitha Pearl writes.
A Christian worship centre or church is a place where you expect everything but the absurd and the weird. But this was precisely what this reporter beheld few weeks back when she went snooping at “As God said, It Must Be Done, The temple of the Most High God,’ located in Oke-Aro in Ifo Local Government Area of Ogun State.
A mere N100 bus ride from the popular Agege/Pen Cinema Bus-Stop, took this reporter to As God Said Street – the street is named after the church. A short commercial motorcycle ride took this reporter to the church’s doorstep.

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The temple is flanked on one side by what used to be a mosque and the other by a Celestial Church of Christ, which, strangely, wasn’t holding any service this Sunday. This reporter was however to soon discover during the nearly 10-hour-long service, that the mosque and the Celestial church had to evacuate their locations because of the new “Sheriff” in town.
The first thing that catches your attention as you walk into the church premises, depending on your keenness of sight, would either be the rather heavy use of the colours red and white; or the slaughter slab on the far right corner, though carefully concealed by the gigantic red gate. Beside the slab this fateful Sunday was a black goat waiting to be slaughtered and served to worshippers. Makes some sense though. If worshippers have to stay in church up to 10 hours or more, it just might be normal to consider feeding them.
Inside the temple, the love for red is even more pronounced. The floor has a fading red colour, which tells you it had originally been painted with glossy red paint; even the choir and a few members bear a touches of red on their dresses. No usher is seen ushering people in; there actually is no need for one, as the sitting arrangement is glaring enough, even to a first timer. Male worshippers sit to the right while female worshippers sit to the left.
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Another thing you cannot miss as you walk into the temple is the altar. It is divided into two sections: a very high one, probably the holy of holies, reserved for the Most High, should he come visiting; and then a lower one, possibly where the seer, fondly called Papa, preaches from, whenever he returns from a visit to the Most High, which he claims he does often.
“I still communed with the Most High last month. I sit and discuss with Him often. I know his form. Who says we can’t see God?” he boasted amidst wild cheers from his followers.
On the higher altar is a massive chair, the type you find in kings’ palaces. That’s probably where the Most High sits when he visits. On the lower altar is a replica of that same seat, possibly for the Papa. On the far left of the lower altar is a seat like the earlier ones, only smaller in size. This is where the wife of the seer sits during service, albeit only on the invitation of her husband.
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Right above the higher altar or holy of holies, is a line-up of some relics, the sort you’re only likely to find in a herbalist’s shrine. The most conspicuous of these would be an elaborate form of a skull, placed in the middle of two crossed bone-shaped pieces of woods – pretty much like the familiar skull and bones image, used to depict danger and death. There is also something like a big calabash, placed in the middle, leaving a first-timer wondering if this is a shine or a temple where God is worshipped.
Sunday Nation’s visit coincided with the 6th Anniversary Celebration of the worship centre. It was with great excitement that the seer, Blessed Dike-Oji-Ofo Chukwu announced to the dance-intoxicated congregation that, “Today, we are celebrating our sixth year of moving to this temple.”

This announcement was followed by an excited cheer from the worshippers.
The service, which was said to have begun at 8:30 am, ran for hours unending, with more than half the time spent singing and dancing, and – wait for this – spraying those perceived by the seer to have danced best with money. Interestingly, the children seemed to be more favoured in the money rain, above the adults. In order to be sure if this was the general mode of worship or just a one-off thing to commemorate the anniversary celebration, our reporter sought the opinion of a female congregant.

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​Nana Addo joins Lawra for Kobineh festival climax [Photos]

President Nana Akufo-Addo is at Lawra in the Upper West Region, to partake in the climax of the annual Kobineh festival of the chiefs and people of the Lawra traditional area.
Naaa Abaifah Karbo, the Paramount Chief of the Lawra traditional area, and his sub-chiefs, were on hand to welcome the President.

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The festival is celebrated to express gratitude to the gods and the ancestors of the Lawra traditional area in appreciation of a bumper harvest.

The 2017 celebration of the Kobineh festival marks the 41st of its kind. People from all walks of life, including persons from the Ivory Coast, make their way to the festival.

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The Lawra constituency is currently in the governing New Patriotic Party’s hands after Anthony Karbo seized the opportunity presented to him by the division within the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in its traditional stronghold.

By: Latif Mahama/citifmonline.com/Ghana

​8 Top Ghanaian pastors and their suspected political parties

Being a pastor in Ghana does not just come with that a grave moral responsibility but also that spark of popularity.
With almost 80 percent of the total population being Christians, the demand for evangelists and preachers of the Gospel continue to rise by the day - a development which has even seen YEN.com.gh compile a full list of the largest churches in Ghana today.
But considering the politically energized temperature of the Ghanaian society, there is no denying the fact that preachers of the Gospel in Ghana have, in one time or the other been convulsed to add some political twist to their sermons or even public utterances.
Well, who are we to judge such actions? Even Jesus Christ, the founder of Christianity, had half of his life story mainly centered on the political battles between himself and the Roman Empire not forgetting the Sadducees and Pharisees!

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But how much is too much especially when we often hear of pastors being die-hard supporters of specific political parties? This list of pastors and their alleged political affiliations could lead in such debate.

1. Dr. Mensa Otabil

He commands millions of congregation across the country and also respected as the most influential man in Ghana as at 2016 but senior pastor for the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC), Dr. Mensa Otabil has over the years been perceived to be a staunch supporter of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) considering the various sermons by him which often are arguably skewed against the opposition NDC party.

Suspicions hit an all time high when the said pastor was seen among a team of advisors invited by former president Kufuor for a secret meeting in the wake of the internal crisis the NPP was facing in the lead up to the 2016 elections. Meanwhile, Mensa Otabil has on countless occasions insisted that he has no political leanings.

2. Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams

Known and respected as the father of Protestant Christianity in Ghana, Duncan Williams comes across as the spiritual voice in Ghana especially in times of a national crisis or crucial event which could determine the fate of the country.

He continues to be the prayer warrior for many political leaders in the country including presidents. But one speculation that always get Ghanaians talking is whether he is a staunch supporter if the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC).

In fact, the founder of Action Chapel was on countless occasions seen with former presidents Mahama, Jerry Rawlings and Atta Mills of blessed memory.

But Duncan Williams maintains that even though he has a close relationship with many NDC stalwarts, there is no way he could be a staunch supporter of the NDC.
3. Reverend Owusu Bempah

The founder of the Glorious Way Chapel continues to be seen as the darling boy of the incumbent New Patriotic Party (NPP).

His strong and unfettered support for Nana Addo was felt in the lead up to the 2016 general elections when he even dared church members to burn down his church should Nana Addo lose the 2016 elections.

And even after the NPP won the elections, the pastor held a special ceremony to celebrate the president and even present him with a “horn of strength”.

4. Bishop Daniel Obinim

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It must stated clearly that Bishop Obinim has not stated clearly which political party he supports as he debunked claims in the lead up to the 2016 polls that he prophesied a win for the NPP.

But the controversial pastor continues to suffer speculations from a cross section of Ghanaians who believe his allegiance is somewhat skewed to the incumbent New Patriotic Party (NPP).
5. Evangelist Opambuor

He is best known for lashing out at his fellow pastors for using dark magic in their line of work but leader of the Ebenezer Miracle Worship Centre, Ebenezer Opambuor Yiadom also falls under the speculation list of pastors or men of God who are die hard fans of political parties.

But one term him as a neutral player since revealing accounts have not been made about his formal allegiance to the two main political parties in the country.
6. Reverend Sam Korankye Ankrah

The General Overseer of the Light House Chapel International in Ghana has spent most of his time denying claims of being a staunch supporter of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) maybe because former president Mahama was seen on several occasions visiting his church.

The pastor, is believed to have key members of the NDC taking the front row of his church like the former minister of Science and Technology, Sherry Ayittey.
7. Bishop Dag-Heward Mills

Herding a flock of millions of Christians both home and abroad, the founder of the Lighthouse Chapel comes along as that highly respected pastor in Ghana today but one issue of speculation about him is his perceived leanings to the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC).

But it remains unclear which political party the mega preacher belongs to especially when he was heard on radio arguing that both NDC and NPP are the same political party.
8. Professor Emmanuel Martey

During his service to the presbytery as the moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Professor Emmanuel Martey has had to fight with key forces from the National Democratic Congress (NDC) who claim the reverend minister propagates the agenda of the New Patriotic Party (NPP).

In fact, the Deputy General Secretary of the NDC, Koku Anyidohu had once argued that the former moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Ghana was propagating the secret agenda of the NPP - allegations he fiercely denies.

According to Prof. Emmanuel Martey; “the Presby Church of Ghana doesn’t belong to any party and does not support any party. It has been in existence before all the political parties came”.
Source: yen com.gh

Bishop Agyinasare’s daughter called to the bar in Ghana and UK

Presiding Bishop of Perez Chapel International, Bishop Charles Agyinasare is a happy man today as he celebrates yet another milestone in his family.
His daughter Charlene, who graduated from the University of Southampton in the United Kingdom (UK) with a law degree has been called to the bar both in Ghana and the UK.

Bishop Agyinasare's 'baby' is called to the bar in Ghana & UK and he's so excited.

The elated Bishop took to his Facebook to share his excitement and congratulate his daughter.

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"What a day? My baby girl Charlene, today was called to the Ghana Bar as a Lawyer to practice law both in the UK and Ghana. Congratulations", he posted.
Charlene is one of the four children [three biological, one adopted] of Bishop Agyinasare and his wife, Reverend Mrs. Vivian Sena Agyinasare.
Source:yen: Agyinasare.
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